Guifenggu Holiday Village

Address: 10 miles upward from Lianquanxiang Valley, Huairou District, Beijing, 101400, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Being Vegan for a Meal

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Mar 09, 2014

5 photos

... I wanted a beer. I saw the board with the specials for the day. Ginger beer was on it. So we decided to try it.

When we got our drinks, the ginger beer was actually soda. Disappointed about not getting an actual beer, but it tasted good. At least I tried something new.

A waitress was carrying a plate with a vegan burger on it.

"That looks so good." Corrine smiled. "I am ordering that next time."

"Ew." I said. "When I want a ...

Scorpions, Coconuts, and Curfew

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Jul 19, 2013

7 comments, 3 photos

... store, and there I grabbed some cold bottled tea. Oh, so refreshing. We then headed towards the front end of the street toward the subway station while a couple people in our group tried to call our missing companions. They finally caught up with us.

We hurried to the subway, and it took forever to get our tickets. Throngs of people were in line. We didn't have much time before it was curfew (10 p.m.), and the doors to our dorm would be locked. The train ...

Spring is here

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on May 12, 2013

2 comments, 7 photos

... a couple, around 60-70, on their first trip to China, and the other four were a group of friends, two of whom lived in Beijing with their kids. We were laughing all night, especially when John, one of the older gentlemen shared his wisdom, such as 'lotus root is an aphrodisiac'. The whole experience was really fun, from finding the restaurant nestled in amongst the ancient buildings, watching the chefs work in the open kitchen, eating the food and chatting ...


A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Dec 01, 2012

13 photos

... wide project of economic regrowth. It currently houses many bars and clubs popular with both expatriates and locals as well as international brand-name stores such as American Apparel, Apple and Adidas. It is notable for housing the largest Adidas store in the world. In recent years, the Village shopping mall has become a popular destination for both expatriates and young ...

Silk Market & Chinese Bargaining Culture

A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on Jul 17, 2012

2 photos

July 17th, 1:00PM.

I've been in China just over one month now. It seems that's the short amount of time it takes to adapt to a new environment and culture. It's not that I don't notice differences--yesterday I saw an old woman wearing a bizarre T-shirt that had the words 'Glamour Queen' printed on it in English--it's just that these types of things no longer surprise or entertain me. In fact, I'm finding it increasingly difficult ...